The deadline for this call for proposals has now passed.
Nordic Innovation invites companies (SMEs and larger companies), public sector organisations (infrastructure owners, regulators, procurers, innovation ecosystems etc.) and research organisations to participate in our Quality of Life Through Nordic Smart Mobility and Connectivity call for project outlines.
The aim of the call is to foster the establishment of Nordic innovation projects, new Nordic partnerships, value chains or business models. Nordic Innovation will provide funding of NOK 200 000 to up to 10 early-stage Nordic projects related to smart mobility and connectivity, with the aim of developing the most promising initiatives to next stage large scale Nordic Innovation projects.
Deadline: 20 October 2018 at 15.00 CET
Budget: NOK 200 000
Applications: The deadline for applications has now passed.
What are we looking for?
Nordic smart mobility and connectivity is about the movement and/or connectivity of people, places (rural and urban), goods and services, assets, information and data. ‘Smart’ may refer to e.g. sustainability, security or digitalisation. Nordic smart mobility and connectivity is also about business development, innovation, entrepreneurship and sustainable growth in this field.
We are looking for project that have the potential for high-impact and Nordic added value, and where joint Nordic mobility and connectivity innovation can provide solutions to global challenges.
Examples of interesting project themes are, but not limited to, the following (ITS World Congress 2018 topics):
- Mobility services - from transport to mobility to liveability
- Nordic smart mobility and the environment
- Connected, cooperative and automated transport
- Next generation goods delivery
This call for project outlines is part of our Nordic Smart Mobility and Connectivity program. The program was launched by the Nordic ministers for business in May 2018 and is one of Nordic Innovation’s three thematic priorities for the period 2018-21. A total of NOK 60 million has been allocated to the programme.